“The religious market seems to be thriving these days, though at the expense of quality. If we use the economic theory of supply and demand to explain the rise and fall of the Islamist current in Egypt, we can comfortably say that even though there is high demand for religion, the supply also seems to be high, which explains why the content presented by Islamist media is often poor.
If this supply continues to increase, one of the likely outcomes is that certain sectors of society will be repel ed by the discourse and perhaps question religion altogether.”
…My point is.. if salafi jihadists are growing as it’s said here,…. and islamist political offer is empty… isn’t there a real risk of those who have no real political program to attempt to reach power by force?